Production

The international nature and scope of Essilor’s supply chain enables the Group to offer a varied and stimulating career path for production teams.

An internal partner underpinning
business competitiveness

With 33 production plants across the world, Essilor is also an industrial Group capable of meeting the double challenge of producing more than 500 million lenses each year, each one personalised to a diverse range of consumer needs. The quality of our international network of production sites and the strength of our supply chain are a real competitive advantage. They enable us quickly and efficiently to integrate new partners and offer an excellent quality of service to customers worldwide.

A community
of professions

Essilor’s global operation regroups:
– 33 mass production sites on 3 continents (Asia, Americas, Europe),
– 4 export prescription labs towards our 490 prescription labs,
– production and prescription engineering,
– supply chain,
– purchasing,
– quality.

Diverse
functions

Operations comprises a wide variety of roles:
– production support engineers,
– process engineers and technicians,
– engineers,
– supply chain managers and technicians,
– purchasing managers,
– quality managers.

employee
testimonials

  • Maud FRABOULET

    Process Engineer, Dijon, France

    "Innovating and improving our performance is at the heart of my job"

  • Joel OLIVAS

    Global Engineering Manager, Mexico

    "I like working with multiple teams on different sites"

  • David ASENJO

    Managing Director, EMIL plant, India

    "Contributing to a global citizenship mission wich brings our community together"

  • Saber Mahjoub

    Supply Chain, Creteil, France

    "Essilor is a great industrial adventure with a unique governance model. I’m proud to be part of it"

  • Carlos Lopes

    Process Engineer, Essilor Portugal

    It's always been important for me to share knowledge and contribute to developing the teams on the shop floor.

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